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Writers and Artists
Jason Aaron and Ed McGuinness
SYNOPSIS FOR “STILL AVENGING AFTER ALL THESE YEARS”
In Los Angeles, the corpse of Eson the Searcher lands. When an army of bugs attacks her, the Celestial transports her.
Elsewhere, an out-of-control She-Hulk battles Robbie Reyes a.k.a Ghost Rider.
|THE FINAL HOST IS HERE! HUMAN EXTINCTION ARRIVES|
Enter the contestants in Los Angeles. On the left side is She-Hulk, alias, Jennifer Walters and on the right side is Ghost Rider, alias Robbie Reyes.
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To begin, the art is stylish Ed McGuinness. The artist rose to fame with his incredible work on Deadpool in the 1990s and with the famous SUPERMAN/BATMAN series. With writer Joe Kelly, his run on the new Hulk series and the FIRST APPEARANCE of Red Hulk won him critical acclaim. In the new Avengers series, McGuinness’ hulking physiques, imposing perspective and above all, David Curiel’s full-coloring make the comic a true present.
Though Curiel’s coloring matches the tone of the story arc with the right contrast between vibrancy and darkness, McGuinness’ pencils of Marvel powerhouses may lack distinctiveness. Notably, his Savage She-Hulk lacks her usual feminity and her squared jaw makes her more masculine. Nevertheless, McGuinness excels at action and the panel below shows his mastery!
In a short skirmish, a Savage She-Hulk battles Ghost Rider in Los Angeles after Eson the Searcher attacks them with monster bugs.
The battle to decide who is the strongest monster of the Marvel universe!
WINNER: DRAW BETWEEN SHE-HULK AND GHOST RIDER
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GHOST RIDER IN COMICSGHOST RIDER'S FIRST APPEARANCE
Marvel Spotlight (1972) #5, titled “Ghost Rider” marks the first appearance of Ghost Rider in Marvel comics. When thieves attack Johnny Blaze in an alley, he transforms into Ghost Rider and learns his origin story.
Ghost Rider was created by writer Gary Friedrich and artist Mike Ploog.